sea kale needs well dug, well manured soil and plenty of water.
Blanching may be carried out by any of the usual methods, and sea kale pots are both convenient and effectual.
sea kale is prepared, boiled, and served up in the same manner as asparagus.
When stewed and served with melted butter, Chicory bears a slight resemblance to sea kale.
On two points, however, the advantage certainly rests with sea kale.
sea kale may be covered with pots or a good depth of litter, or a combination of pots and litter.
Throw the sea kale when washed into boiling water; in about twenty minutes, if it is young, it will be tender.
sea kale is the easiest thing in the world to force; the only point of importance is to have strong roots to begin with.